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SE3 Committee Kickoff

  • Thursday, September 30, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • Zoom Webinar
  • 137

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SEA-MW SE3 Committee Presents:


The “Great Resignation” is here, and individuals and employers are grappling with work flexibility and its impact on retention and recruitment. With over 40% of employees considering changing jobs, how will the structural engineering profession be impacted? The 2020 SE3 (Structural Engineering Engagement and Equity) survey of structural engineers is the only one of its kind that provides data-driven insights on structural engineering workplace flexibility. 

In this interactive session, you’ll hear an overview of the survey results and get the facts on workplace flexibility as it relates to retention and recruitment. Hear from our newly-formed SEA-MW SE3 committee members as they share examples of what workplace flexibility looks like locally so that you can get the data you need to make informed decisions around workplace flexibility. 

 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: 1.0 PDH Hour Certificate will be provided for attending this event     

Speaker Bio:


Stephanie Slocum is the founder of Engineers Rising LLC, where she helps engineers learn the leadership and people skills they need to let their technical abilities shine. Prior to founding Engineers Rising in 2018, she worked as a structural engineer for 15 years, working her way up from EIT to Associate Principal. She has extensive experience in the design and structural engineering project management of large commercial building projects, totaling over $500 million dollars in overall construction costs to date.

Stephanie is the current chair of the SEI’s Business Practices committee, a member of the NCSEA SE3 committee, and a member of ASCE’s Task Committee on the Code of Ethics. She is also the author of She Engineers: Outsmart Bias, Unlock Your Potential, and Live the Engineering Career of your Dreams. She graduated with an integrated bachelor’s and master’s in architectural engineering, structural option, from The Pennsylvania State University in 2002.


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